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on karl rove. moderate republican john huntsman says i think rove is a kind of yesterday's ball game. today, donald trump continued his twitter war calling rove incompetent. and one tea party is launching their own rival super pac to oppose rove. i guess the architect doesn't like seeing his house of cards collapse. suddenly, he's playing nice with the tea party. >> we've spent over $30 million on behalf of tea party senate candidates and over $25 million for tea party house candidates. 2.9 for rubio -- >> i believe you. any time you hold up your little sheet -- >> look, we gave more money, spent more money on behalf of these tar party candidates than any group in america. >> rove will have trouble dancing his way out of this one. and, as we've seen, his moves leaves a lot to be desired. >> tell me, what is your name? ♪ he's shooting quail ♪ look at him jumping up and down and ready to hop ♪ . >> joining me now is wayne slater and he's co-author of "bush's brain" how karl rove made george w. bush presidential. wayne, have republicans stopped being afraid of karl rove? >> boy, y
across. and, right now, what you have is karl rove and rush limbaugh out there. and the fact of the matter is at the end of the day, you have to govern something. you have to get people on your side. and you can't do that by throwing bombs. you can't do that be mean, nasty, yelling rhetoric. a lot of candidates on a daily basis pound the podium and say they're going to do this and going to do that. it's not under the purview of the office, most of the time. and the other part of it is it's a dictatorship. >> isn't a lot of what they're representing, because, to say it civilly doesn't mean it's still in the interest of the american people. so to have better manners but still bad policy, how is that going to work out for you? >> well, look, look at obama with obama care. i think the issue was polling said it was vastly unpopular. he didn't come back to the table and say i'm going to pull back on that. he pressed for it and got the people on his side. i don't think it's an issue on the republican side of wild ideas or messed up policy. it's the fact that we did a horrible job of
fellow republican. that's right, they're at each other's throats. karl rove and the gop elites are trying to take down the tea party. and the other side is fighting back. >> our object is not to be for the blirkment. it's to be for the most conservative candidate that can win. >> our biggest problem is barack obama. and we're being stabbed in the back. >> karl's filled the void. somebody's got to be, to some extent, a gate keeper keeping morons from running from office. >> so what the tea party people is now they've got two political forces gunning for them. obama and the democrats. and the republican establishment. >> yieks. these folks may say they follow the first ten commandments, but they're having some trouble with number 11. joining me now is perry baker, political editor for degrio and republican strategist. thank you both for coming on the show tonight. good to see you. >> thanks, reverend. >> hogan, let me start with you. what happened to reagan's 11th commandment? >> well, first of all, i love republicans that quote that. and it's a good commandment to have. the problem is, he
are turning to karl rove to help weed out far right candidates in upcoming races. really? isn't he the guy who blew $300 million in the last election? whose super pac had a 1% success rate? yeah, that guy. and, boy is the tea party upset. freedom works slammed rove's group saying the empire is striking back. calling him orwellian. it's full-on gop warfare. it's gop civil war. joining me now is michael steele and dana millbank. thank you both for coming on the show tonight. >> good to see you, rev. >> michael, karl rove to save the party from the tea party, do you buy it? >> no, i don't. and i don't think many of the not just tea parties, but grass roots conservatives will. instead of taking those dollars out of the states and hunkering them down here in a newly created super pac in washington, how about investing in the state party organizations around the country to help them build the farm team that is going to be required to win in the future. this is not an overnight success deal, reverend. you cannot come from the s shellacking of '06 and '12 and throw dollars at it. until they realize th
by karl rove trying to come out to support more mainstream candidates against people like paul brown. but you can't spend four years where your only ideology is calling the president is socialist trying to convince the american people that he wants to take down the country with his socialist rhetoric and kill babies and take our guns. then the country didn't believe it, but their base bought into a lot of that. you can't spend four years doing that then turn around and say we don't want these candidates who's reflecting the ideology we have been promoting. they were happy to ride that wave when it was good for them in 2010 when there was a tea party wave and it brought them to power in the house. now we're seeing the backlash and those choices are creating a problem for them in the senate. they could have potentially taken the senate if they hadn't had candidates like todd akin, christine o'donnell. that's going to be the real fight for this year. are they going to continue nominating unelectable out there candidates or are they going to come back to a mainstream party? >> well, paul
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